Born and raised in the midwest, I've always had a passion for design and sports. While studying graphic design at the University of Saint Francis, I also played collegiate volleyball and ran track and field.
I kickstarted my career at the local Chamber of Commerce, working
as the graphic designer and executive assistant. I wore many hats and learned how to efficiently multitask between designing,
event planning, and project management.
Knowing that I wanted to work in the sporting goods industry,
I applied for a job at Wilson Sporting Goods. I am currently the graphic/ product designer for the apparel and uniforms platform.
I create factory ready designs for soft goods, including graphics, prints, and packaging. I design and assist in the development of products, such as bags and headwear. In my spare time I free-lance, working specifically with small businesses to create and develop their brand identity.
Working in-house has taught me to work quickly and efficiently.
I learned how to follow brand guidelines and be creative, while maintaining consistency. Freelancing has strengthened my communication skills and developed my problem solving abilities. Working in the sporting goods industry has enabled my passion
and experience to reflect in the products and designs I create.
When I am not designing, I am playing volleyball, traveling,
triathlon training, impatiently waiting for the next episode of
Game of Thrones, or hanging out in the nearest donut shop.